All the discussion about cutting off congressional funding for the brave, dedicated servicemen and women who are laying down their lives for “Operation Monkey’s Vendetta” (not the official name) have mis-directed their efforts. It is in the interest of freedom, of freedom loving legal citizens of the United States — and the united state, a way of regarding, with respect, fellow citizens who believe “building free nations” should begin in our homeland – to send home the most chronic, crucial element now threatening the destruction of our nation as we used to know it. As you may have already guessed, by gazing at the picture which accompanies this essay, that element is #43, whom you may know as our president.
The presence of US service men and women in Iraq are only part of the malaise of discredited moral presence in the world body politic. Another is the sniggering impunity with which our nation’s Attorney General who treated proven, professional assistant attoneys general who didn’t sing the siren song of the crony creationists to whom #43 owes his place in infamy. The list goes on. Any healing physician knows that heart disease is not cured by fixing capillaries infusing life force into body extremeties. Heart disease is cured at the heart. This simple logic is the basis for my modest proposal.
Congress should desist from maintaining funding that pays the salary of #43.
If he can’t live in Washington, where the White House is, he will probably go back to Texas, and it’s likely he’ll take his grab ass buddies with him when he goes. This prospect offers the greatest hope for the cause of freedom. Maybe he will be forced into productive employment: something he had little use for in the Air Force Air National Guard and vertainly not in Washihngton.
Cutting off his funding is key. We know you don’t have to live in the Executive Mansion to govern. Illinois Governor Rod B’vich may not even know where the Governor’s Mansion is; he doesn’t even come to Springfield (the capital of Illinois) much. But still we pay him. Go figure. Now that #43′s daughters are becoming maturing young citizens easing into careers of their own, their father and mother may not need the kind of money paid to Freedom’s elected top executive. Moving back to Texas won’t be so bad, and he can probably be more productive on the ranch. We know he can do less harm there.
That is why I urge everyone reading this proposal to contact your congresspersons and ask for the elimination of funding for the office of President until January 20, 2008. The time to hesitate is through. This is no time to wallow in the mire.
Thanks for reading.
Live long . . . . . . and proper.